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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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ATHILETICS,. . . G.1. ItoosTT, '01 C
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mated te the edite hefore 3 p. In. at the flay
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Shscriptioay be lft at the DAILYofficle,
Mye'sor 00 tfet'tonewtad, 00 witlc uinolece
Maaoe. Scecihooc wll cofe a faoreety
reportcg poemptly cl tise offcay faire o
cariers ato celier p110.
Altchage iacdvertiig oatte wool e ia
the o0110eb hyp.I. onc.aslte day peics to that
onawhich tliyar etecuvear.
A Succesutt Graduate.
Bfernard C.tHesse, who graduated
from the University in 189 with tec
degree of pharmceutial chemist and
too t893 with lie decree of acelor of
sciene, is nose employed cs a chemist
in the aniline and soda wors of hud
wigshcfen, Germany. This is the larg-
et chemical factory in the word, over
faur thousand persons eing employed
in the works. tHe is engaged upon the
chemical literatre of patent causs.
This rings him in personal consult-
ien with chemists in London and New
ork, alternately with studies in the
works in Germany. His engagemta
contenmplates his having charge of a
Ne York branch of these works. Mr.
Htesse camne to the University of Mihlc-
gan from the East Saginasw Iighc
School. During the years 190-It he was
an assistant in the Universiy in quali-
tative 'analysis. Later he secured a
fellowship in the University of Cicg
and pursueod reearchc work in cenis-
There seems t present to be someI
dout whether the and will e taken
to Chicago on Thanksgiving Day. Tise
is a matter that should receive the
srisus attentiona of the athletic 0u-
Every effort is being made ts stir up
enthusiasmo for tie game, because e-
thusias means larger attendance and
greater enouragemernt to the team. tha
these arrangements the and Shup
not e overloked. No suhstitute fr a
band cano e found. In the firt plae
nothing else stirs up Posiuch enthu-
siasm. In ns other way can a bdy of
rooters be rallied as quickly and effect-
ually. With a and to lead the roter
they can be quickly collected and made
to do effective cheering.
Wisconsin will take her and and
Michigan certainly cannt e without
cne. Ts hire one in Chicago would
cst quite as mch as taking the U. of
M. band, and their playing be nt as
Herbert C. Gre, who graduated is
the University last June, hlds a fellw-
ship fr chemical research in Ohio State
VIgversity at Coumbu. An inquiry
for a man competent for this fellwship
came ts the Chemical Laboratory 'of the
University f Michigan just before com-
mencement Mr. Gore writes that nos
opportunities are good and he is already
weti at work in hi research, which Is
There witl be a meeting of the ath-I
letic board tonight.I
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Encourage Fraternities. FotIcHC ThatP
It Chicago and Leland Stanford the F.Joit' f1l ae tTF:.w
aouthorities seem to be doing ott in their
power to establish and promote frater-
President Harper of the University of
Chicago mcade an offer yesterday to the
fraternities of the Univrtorsity Is hui'd
houses to become the permanent homes
of the Greek letter societies. Occ lie
vacant lots sot of the compos lice
Uiooversity proposes Is erect a house too
each of the local fraternities and lea-se
it to thcenm for a small rental fee. Tlic-
proposition was made to rtpresentatives
of all lice fraterncities nose has-log cha~p-
ters at the University, and if it is as-
liped by alilswill establish thema in the
samce blockc, near the U'nivetrsity.
The grouand swhicho it lia proposed too
use for Ihis pturpaose lies on the wst0
side of Ellis avenue, between Fifty-
seventh atcd Fifty-eighth streets. It is
said that two fraternities have the
natter under eons ideratisocnunowaod
caothersswill iprobably arcclotthe 11lan.
'Tke folloowing is foea the Daily 10010
"The wvest side of Lauen rosy bids fair
to be the prettiest roar on the campulos.
Na rs. Stanord Leland has set it asi'
for the use oftohe fraternities, tmol
.olecaly taco handasoeme structare s iaave
been erected. The Phi D'It-a Thetca's
honec, built in the quant oldl Spianisho
style, and the Eaptpa Kapopta artoc to
pictusqsue English cottage, noala'
handsome additions to lice camsst
buildings. Mrs. flStafordl favors strongot-
ly the building of fraternity homes on
the campus, feeling clot studencts in
Ibis ssay comne cltoser in touch swith the
real Usiversity life and spirit. Tarot
more fraternitits are swating Mtos.
Stanaford's returcnicn order to hegls
From a Grad.
The folloswieg letter has been receivedI
frota a Moichigana graduate swho hasn't
forgottenc the 'Varsity:
Editor 1. of H. Daily:
Derr:-Ilaste just 'eceived full ac-
coaunt of Michigans-Penn gatme in'Chicoa-
go poapers. 'there are a dozen Ann
Arhbor grads hero' sho scrodlice gocod old
Michigan team our heartiest cotngr'atu-
latioons on their nmagnificent contest at
Pthiladlphia,. We arc proud of star
leans and wanot you Is knosw it.
W. S. GILBIERT,
Jos:eph 11coguston. Chi Psi, wscslect-
ed freshnman toatmtaster at a meetling
of tht fraternities.
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